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The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, the grass is green, the end of the school year is near and then there are those pesky rain clouds and thunderstorms.
Three years ago, a rumor started swirling around the fan boys and girls and social media spaces that at some point in the near future two of the worlds most iconic comic book characters would be coming to the big screen in a battle that had never been seen before. Three years of shocks, awes, casting, backlash, pre-production, re-writes, re-shoots and release dates later, Zack Snyder and Warner Brothers follow up to Man of Steel (2013) with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016). Yes, for the first time ever Batman and Superman go head to head in a climactic battle that is supposed to shake up super hero movies and fans and haters forever.
After the rousing and surprising viral marketing and box office success of Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot Productions Cloverfield (2008), fans of the found footage monster movie were expecting a sequel to the open-ended finale of the first.
On Tuesday March 8, the organization Detroit Does Well (DDW) held a “So You Think You Can Dance?” competition” at 7 p.m.
From comic to screen, Deadpool from 20th Century Fox flies, slices and dices and rocks its slapstick humor to the big screen this year. And boy was it a laugh out loud riot.
Opening this Friday in the Ballroom of the Student Center, the film Steve Jobs will be showing for students’ entertainment at 8:00 and 10:30 p.m. From Legendary Pictures, Steve Jobs is directed by Danny Boyle and stars Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet.
Whether you go for a party, actually watch the game, enjoy just the halftime show or watch for the commercials, many people partake in the experience of Super Bowl Sunday.